A Perspective of Engineering and Businesses in China

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A perspective of engineering and businesses in China

Introduction
Hong Kong industries and facilities were moved to mainland on 1990s. It makes Hong Kong lost the aim focus on engineering industry. According to large number of workers and low production cost advantages in China. Besides Hong Kong, China also attracts another country and develops their industry. It makes china industry growth up fast. China has become one of the leading countries in the recent few years, their industry has grown dramatically well and now they become the mechanical disciplines of engineering. The swift changing world has made the requirements higher day by day and scientists are performing more and more research. Chinese engineering universities are striving hard to use the most advanced techniques of studying in their curriculum and therefore they are producing top level engineers to compete at the highest standards of education. Compare to us, Hong Kong facilities and industries need to afford high salaries and rent. So go to China may be a high potential place to develop different types of engineering.

Case: China’s top five engineering feats
1 The West to East Electric Power Transmission Project
China spent 526.5 billion between 2001 and 2010 to funnel electricity from power stations in the interior of the country to the main cities of its coasts. Three main transmission routes were set up, sending electricity from Inner Mongolia and Shaanxi province to Beijing and Tianjin, from Sichuan to the central regions around Shanghai, and from Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi provinces to China's factory heartlands around Guangzhou. 2 The South to North Water Transfer Project

Setting itself another huge engineering challenge, China has budgeted some 500 billion to shift volumes of water from the wet and rainy south of the country to the arid planes of the north. Over the next 40 years, China will build many canals across the country, diverting water...
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